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Qatar and Terror by Denis MacEoin from

807.png Although outwardly more liberal than the Saudis, the Qataris have surpassed them as financiers of extremism and terrorism. ...
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Countering the Big Lie by Naomi Ragen from

There was a time during one of the so-called intifadas (forgive me for not remembering if it was the first, second, or in-between; all that savagery and murder runs together seamlessly in my head these days) that the Palestinians claimed that the Jews had no connection at all to Jerusalem, or the land of Israel. A statement like that, similar to denying the Holocaust, is so insane it leaves one sputtering in wordless confusion. It’s like being asked to prove you aren’t dead. ...
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Obama, Media Call for Segregation in Israel by Seth Mandel from

The most concerning aspect to the periodic arguments between President Obama and Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu is not that they fight, but what they fight about. ...
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Hamas’s Propaganda by Deed in Gaza by Daryl McCann from

We shall never know exactly how many Gazans have been murdered by their tyrannous subjugator over the years, let alone the number of Gazan homosexuals incarcerated and tortured, women brutalised and forced into the hijab against their will ...
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ABC’s Q&A turned into a platform for crass anti-Western propaganda by Paul Cleary & Gina Rushton from

077613-fc9aa528-456f-11e4-b219-229d96321f12.png AT a time of public disenchantment with politics, ABC TV’s Q&A is meant to give Australians a forum to re-engage with their politicians and ask direct and often confronting questions. ...
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ABC must present both sides of the debate on terrorism by Gerard Henderson from

THE Attorney-General’s assessment of the present danger is correct. Last Wednesday, George Brandis told the Senate that Australia faced a more immediate security threat than it did during the Cold War. ...
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ABC blasted for ‘extreme’ views on terror raids by David Crowe from

THE ABC has been accused of breaching its charter by airing “conspiracy theories” about last week’s police raids on suspected terrorists. ...
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Those “Spontaneous” demonstrations by David Oman from

muslim-brotherhood2.png The often violent demonstrations that rocked Europe and the US during Protective Edge looked very much like the spontaneous outrage of Muslim communities in the West • The truth, however, is that they were arranged and engineered by the Global Muslim Brotherhood, a well organized but far from representative organization • Their success lies not only in organizing these hate-fests but in gaining the ear of Western governments as representative of the "moderate Muslim" faction - especially in the Obama administration • An insightful interview with Steven Merley, Muslim Brotherhood exper ...
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The Biggest Winner in the Lose-Lose ‘Operation Protective Edge’ by Richard Landes from

Is Richard Landes right?He says: Journalists’ credibility dangerously damaged: UNHRC and UNRWA behavior, embarrassingly partisan:Secretary of State Kerry and President Obama, astonishingly clueless and blundering:The intellectual Left, shamefully right-wing in its embrace of anti-Semitic discourse. ...
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UNRWA: A Palestinian, anti-Israel, non-territorial government by Nitza Nachamias from

showimage.ashx?id=251095&h=530&w=758.png UNRWA’s existence is the problem; stopgap reforms are not possible and would not be helpful even if they were. ...
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I have two nightmares about a Palestinian state. by Yossi Klein Halevi from

article_inset_halevi_625.png “I have two nightmares about a Palestinian state,” I said. “That there won’t be one and that there will be one.” ...
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Jihad Comes To Europe by Guy Millere from

666.png Europe is heading towards an increasingly uncertain future. Debates on the impact and dangers of Islam are even less possible today than five years ago. Demographic trends are irrepressibly moving in a direction that is Muslim. Radical Islam in the Middle East and in Europe is rising ever more rapidly, with no one lifting a finger to stop it. ...
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An Insider’s Guide to the Most Important Story on Earth by Matti Friedman from

friedman620.png A former AP correspondent explains how and why reporters get Israel so wrong, and why it matters ...
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Why Jews are worried by Deborah Lipstadt from

AN old Jewish joke goes like this: “What’s the definition of a Jewish telegram? ‘Start worrying. Details to follow.’ " ...
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19 Hamas Human Rights violations by Marvin Hier and Avraham Cooper from

Simon Wiesental center sent a letter to Ban-Ki Moon ...
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Truth is the first casualty when Hamas intimidates reporters by Mort Klein and Daniel Mandel from

m-75-idf-poster.png Israel has not developed incisive methods for dealing with distortions of the truth. As Winston Churchill once said, “A lie gets halfway around the world before the truth has a chance to get its pants on.” ...
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The big lie of Gaza by Daniel Mandel from

palestinian_with.png Yes, Gaza is heavily populated. But its urban density is neither extreme nor the source of its woes. According to the U.S. Census Bureau’s 2012 Statistical Abstract, Gaza had in 2010 11,542 people per square mile. That is about as densely populated as Gibraltar (11,506). Gaza is considerably less densely populated than Hong Kong (17,422) or Singapore (17,723). It is far less densely populated than Monaco (39,609). And Macau (52,163) is over four times more densely populated than Gaza. ...
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Occupation hypocrisy. Gaza vs Cyprus by Victor Davis Hanson from

Cyprus is a beautiful island, but it has never recovered from the Turkish invasion of 1974. Turkish troops still control nearly 40 percent of the island - the most fertile and formerly the richest portion. ...
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It’s anti-semitism, stupid by Prof. Efraim Karsh from

genocide70.png In Lord Byron’s memorable words: “The wild dove hath her nest, the fox his cove, mankind their country – Israel but the grave.” ...
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Useful idiot’s Gaza Holocaust by Andre Oboler from

BBC questions civvy casualties in Gaza : ...if the Israeli attacks have been "indiscriminate", as the UN Human Rights Council says, it is hard to work out why they have killed so many more civilian men than women... ...
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